All Saints, Pavement, is the Guild and Civic church of York. It is also the Regimental church of the Royal Dragoon Guards. As a result there are many special services held each year at the church

 

Objects of Remembrance

We start a new series on Sunday evenings during Evensong on November 11th, 18th and 25th at 6.30pm.  One of the staff from the nearby Army Museum will bring an "Object of Remembrance" with a story attached and talk about it for ten minutes or so.  Do come and listen to this fascinating series.

The Poppy Project 2018 

WW1 Armistice Day 100th anniversary

Remembrance Day 11 Nov 2018

All Saints Pavement has launched a year long project which will end in November 2018. The beautiful lantern has images of poppies high above the church – look up and you will see the poppies, they will particularly visible at night with the lantern light illuminating the poppies.

 

Poppy Project 2018 launch

See our Poppy Project 2018 section for more information

  Stained Glass Window  

On 2 July 2015, a new stained glass window created by Helen Whittaker of Barley Studios was installed in All Saints Pavement Church. It remembers those who died in Afghanistan especially Matthew Hatton, David Hart and Ashley David Smith. The public gave donations, via The Press, York's newspaper. On behalf of the families and the church - thank you. Rev'd Jane Nattrass Priest-in-Charge.

On 1 October 2015 , the window was dedicated by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu. Later that day, Barley Studio received the Master's Award for Craftsmanship awarded by the York Guild of Building. 

 


Both the 10.30 and 18.30 services are sung services and are supported by the choir. The church has a strong choral tradition.

There is also a said service of Holy Communion at 9.00am on Sundays. Our services each Sunday use the liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer

9 am Holy Communion

10.30 am Choral Matins or Sung Eucharist

6.30pm  Evensong

 

 

 

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